Animal Alphabet

Animal Alphabet

Darcy Wheeler


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Come on an Animal Alphabet journey with us and enjoy delightful watercolor illustrations of critters from A to Z throughout our world. Interesting facts and information fill the pages with questions and comments that will ignite your imagination. Would you want to ride a Hippopotamus or fly on the back of a tiny hummingbird? What about if you could have a pouch to carry your baby doll like a kangaroo? This is an opportunity to practice the letters of the alphabet and maybe learn the name of an animal or two that you have not heard of before; like the Zonkey or a Zorse! Yes, it is true, they are real… only the Unicorn might be a mystical creature, or a wishful thought. Fun Facts are sure to educate you in one way or another; did you know that a group of owls is called a parliament and that comes from ancient times when owls were thought to hang out with wise men? Or a group of butterflies are called a kaleidoscope? What a beautiful description of a visual explosion of color! This is a cheerful reminder to keep your eyes and heart open to the world around us – protect our earth, animals, land, and oceans and treat it all with better care. With every step, may we strive to leave a legacy of hope for a better, brighter tomorrow.


Darcy Wheeler:
After a lifetime of traveling and living in different states, from coast to coast, Darcy Wheeler has retired in California with her husband and two dogs. Their children are grown and have families of their own. Becoming a grandmother has made storytelling more fun and it seems that her granddaughter has taken on the role of Darcy’s current muse! Darcy writes from her heart in a whimsical, imaginative, inspiring style that celebrates life, family, and God’s many blessing in a joyful way. We welcome you to join us on this journey as well as get caught up on some of the other stories available by Darcy Wheeler: Lydia the Lazy Ladybug Melinda the Musical Mouse Merlin the Christmas Moose Morty the Monster Duncan the Dragon The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go. Dr. Seuss Website: